Wondering how to get rid of bats?
Bat removal is often one of the most complex tasks in the field of nuisance wildlife removal. There is no magic spray or device that you can use to make them go away. Some companies sell ultrasonic sound emitters, but they are completely ineffective, and the FTC has even issued a fraudulent product warning regarding these devices, which are worthless at eliminating bats. Some old wives’ tales recommend the use of mothballs or ammonia-soaked rags to make them leave, but I’ve been to countless homes where these techniques failed – biologists know that these attempts won’t work. The ONE AND ONLY WAY to take care of a bat infestation is with physical exclusion of the animals. If you need to find a professional bat expert that can have your problem quickly taken care of!
Many bat exclusion cases are complex and unique. But bats are also unique mammals, and most state laws protect them, making the method of removal very important.
A pro will exclude them from the premises and make sure they can’t get back in, while thoroughly cleaning the biohazardous droppings that they leave behind. Experience counts when working on bat removal, and it takes a skilled eye to get the job done right the first time.